byWhite House Conference on Children in a Democracy (1939-1940 : Washington, D.C.)
"Main sources of factual material included in final report": p. 390-392. "Publications of the White House conference on children in a democracy issued by the Children's bureau": p. ii Topics: Child welfare, Child care Source: bplgovdocs
...includes a description of the St. Valentine's Day storm, which occured in 1940, the plans in effect to plow the streets and remove the snow, how the plowing and snow removal were actually done, and the cost of the snow removal; recommendations.. Topics: Snow Emergency, Snow removal, Storms
...describes a proposed development project in downtown Boston's financial district within the area bounded by Matthew Place and Congress, High and Federal Streets consisting of office/commercial space; specifically addresses sewage issues and mitigation measures as they affect the water quality of Boston harbor; also contains a copy of the environmental notification form for the project; a copy of this item was in the BRA collection.. Topics: 150 Federal Street, Boston (Mass.), Water quality, Development Projects, Environmental impact... Source: bplgovdocs
...includes balance sheets, general operating receipts and disbursements, classification of operating and maintenance expenditures, school expenditures, object of general operating expenditures, sources of general operating revenues, estimated and actual revenues and accumulated operating surpluses for 1960; also includes the following historical data by year: surplus or deficit (1931-1960) / analysis of changes in surplus account (1957-1960) / gross debt, sinking funds and net debt (1930-1960)... Topics: Assessed Values, Assessed Values, Municipal Expenditures, Municipal government, Municipal...
byNational Center of Afro-American Artists (NCAAA); Stull and Lee, Inc
...a comprehensive description of space use requirements, development schedules and development budget costs for four proposed cultural facilities development projects in Boston's Roxbury/Dorchester neighborhoods: Elma Lewis School of Fine Arts (ELSFA) at 122 Blue Hill Avenue, the Museum of the NCAAA at 300 Walnut Avenue, the Playhouse in the Park located at the Overlook in the Playstead of Franklin Park, and the Performing Arts Center of the NCAAA at 200 Seaver Street; describes the projects... Topics: African American arts, Arts, Blacks, Cultural Facilities, Elma Lewis School of Fine Arts, Boston... Source: bplgovdocs
byMassachusetts. Executive Office of Environmental Affairs
...summarizes Secretary of Environmental Affairs James S. Hoyte's concerns relating to the draft environmental impact report prepared by the developers of the proposed Fan Pier / Pier 4 project on the waterfront in Boston's South Boston neighborhood; at issue are public benefits, infrastructure, tidelands, public access, etc.; also calls for the creation of a special advisory group of public and private officials and organizations charged with developing acceptable solutions to these issues;... Topics: Political participation, Development Projects, Environmental impact analysis, Fan Pier / Pier 4,... Source: Fine Arts
...a collection of material concerning the redevelopment of downtown Boston's Faneuil Hall; consists of the following: 1) a BRA press release dated 25 Sept. 1975 and one dated 22 March 1973 concerning the selection of the Rouse Company as developer, 2) " What Will the New Faneuil Hall Marketplace Be? Description of the Plan" by Benjamin Thompson and Associates, Inc., 3) " Key Facts About the Rouse Company", and 4) an article reprinted from the 1973 Ellis Memorial Antiques... Topics: Boston Redevelopment Authority, Faneuil Hall (Boston, Mass.), Rouse Company, Building Reuse,...
byPhelps, Amos A. (Amos Augustus), 1805-1847; Porter, William S. (William Smith), 1799-1866; Gulliver, John Putnam, 1819-1894; Jackson, Francis, 1789-1861; Fuller, John E. (John Emery), 1799-1878; Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society. Board of Managers
Holograph, signed Topics: Phelps, Amos A. (Amos Augustus), 1805-1847, Porter, William S. (William Smith), 1799-1866,...